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ADHD: Psychotherapy vs Meds, In A Battle That Shouldn’t Be Happening

It seems that kids who take ADHD meds do not get therapy according to this study that assessed 1,500 counties across the country.  The study also showed that in locations with more therapists, the amount of kids who received psychotherapy was higher.  And other studies have shown that kids who receive therapy do better in the long run.  As I type this, I realize that some of the kiddos I know in Utah who take meds do not receive therapy.  Take your child or adolescent to therapy and get them meds and they will learn the skills they need to manage the behavior.



About the Author
Jenney Wilder M.S.Ed launched All Kinds of Therapy in 2015, as the only independent online directory for the Family Choice Behavioral Healthcare Industry. With an impressive case of ADHD and her starter career in the 90’s in Silicon Valley, the dream for creating a website with features like side-by-side comparison and an integrated newsletter was born. Jenney stopped counting treatment centers and all types of schools that she has visited when she hit 500 many years ago. 
She was the sponsoring author of the only Economic Impact Study of the Family Choice Behavioral Healthcare Industry, which revealed the only true financial figures about this industry (in Utah). 
Jenney has a Masters in Special Education from Bank Street College (NY) and a Bachelors of Arts focused on History from Wheaton College (MA).